After the Vote: The Power of the Protest
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Today we're bringing you the next installment of our "After the Vote" series. Men, women, and children of all ages in Hampton Roads (and across the nation) are coming together to speak up about the issues that matter to them. Are protests and marches impactful enough to create change? Today we're reflecting on the power of the protest. Join us at 440-2665.
Erin Wickersham - is an organizer behind MotherBoard 757, a local effort formed this month in the wake of the January 21 Women's March on Washington, with the mission of connecting citizens in Hampton Roads with the tools, resources and information they need to support progressive organizations
Mari Dawson - is an organizer of the Women's March on Washington's Norfolk Sister March on January 21. The demonstration was organized in just four days and attracted over two thousand participants
Kimberly Tucker - is the creator of Indivisible757, a local cahpter of Indivisible, a group born of a grassroots guide to resisting the agenda of the Trump Administration, that was written by former congressional staffers
Beatriz Amberman - is the Vice Chair of the Virginia Latino Leaders Council and Commissioner of the Virginia Beach Human Rights Commission